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Durango’s Tailwind Nutrition Goes From Garage to Successful Business

Jeff and Jenny Vierling decided to develop Tailwind Nutrition after years of struggling on race day with gut bombs and the tedious task of keeping track of gels, electrolyte pills and food. With humble beginnings in their kitchen in Durango, Colorado using an inherited KitchenAid from Jenny’s grandmother, they developed an endurance drink mix that […]

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Littleton’s Brad Cooper Wins Canyonlands 5M; Sylvia Bedford Repeats as Half Marathon Champ

Bluebird skies provided the backdrop for a pristine day at the Canyonlands Half Marathon and Five Mile in Moab, UT.  Thousands of runners, walkers and spectators converged on the small town for the annual event that has continually attracted participants from hundreds of miles away. Both race distances start up Highway 128, following the Colorado […]

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Colorado wins first NCAA title in distance medley relay

Colorado coach Mark Wetmore dispatched four of his youngest women to race at the MPSF championships in Seattle to earn an NCAA qualifying time in the women’s distance medley relay. The hope? Run fast enough to get into the NCAA championships in College Station, Texas, and in the process gain valuable experience in a high-pressure environment to store away for […]

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Colorado’s Courtney Dauwalter Breaks Women’s American 24-hour Record

Salomon athlete Courtney Dauwalter of Golden, Colorado, set a new 24-hour record for women at the Riverbank One Day Race in Riverbank, California, on Sunday, Feb. 26. Dauwalter, who joined Salomon’s trail team in 2017, ran 155.3 miles on a track, besting Sabrina Little’s previous record of 152.03 miles, set in 2013. “I still can’t […]

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